- Author:Jean-Luc Istin
- Publisher:Dalen; UK ed. edition (January 8, 2011)
- Subcategory:Graphic Novels
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Druids: Altars of Destiny v. 2. Jean-Luc Istin.
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The second volume of the gothic thriller series set in the Age of Saints sees the mystery of the murdered monks deepend for the druid Gywnlan - murders perpetrated because of the monks' involvement with a venerated druid manuscript indicating the location of the hidden Treasure of the Britons. The Church's brutal agents, the Holy Vengeance, are intent on usurping the druids' secrets and using them to undermine the old Celtic religion.
Real World article(written from a Production point of view). The Left Hand of Destiny, Book Two is a Pocket DS9 novel – part of the Deep Space Nine relaunch series and the second novel in the The Left Hand of Destiny series – written by . Hertzler and Jeffrey Lang. Published by Pocket Books, it was first released in May 2003. From the book jacket. The true test of a warrior is not withou. t is within.
Translated from the original French and featuring show-stopping artwork, this enchanting graphic novel will thrill fans of high-fantasy classics! show more.
The Book of Destiny was a metaphysical book that used to grant a worthy individual the power to alter reality, until Oliver Queen destroyed its powers. At some point in the past, the Book of Destiny was bestowed by Mar Novu to individuals of different Earths across the multiverse to test them for a crisis, to which Novu claimed to be beyond his abilities, by letting the chosen individuals create their own Elseworld.